Awakening ‘real food’ awareness one person at a time

Robyn O’Brien shares her personal story and how it inspired her current path as a “Real Food” evangelist. Grounded in a successful Wall Street career that was more interested in food as good business than good-for-you, this mother of four was shaken awake by the dangerous allergic reaction of one of her children to a “typical” breakfast. Her mission to unearth the cause revealed more about the food industry than she could stomach, and impelled her to share her findings with others. Informative and inspiring. Here is the direct link.

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2 Responses to Awakening ‘real food’ awareness one person at a time

  1. d robertson says:

    Heartwarming. Just goes to show you that you absolutely must do your homework in everything you do. Was this woman just waking up to what the rest of us already know? Come on, GMO’s, soybeans, milk growth hormones, Monsanto seed-stacks…is nothing new. You just have to do you own research. Thank God for the internet.

    Next thing you know, this woman will notice her kids choking up when they go out to play in the yard and she will look up and see all the chemtrails lacing the skies, filled with aluminum, barium and strontium and wonder why everyone is getting Alzheimers and getting strange allergies. Go out and look up into the skies, and see for yourself. The ‘trails’ aren’t contrails. They linger, drip, curtain and occlude. And then it usually rains. The ground is becoming aluminized. And guess what? Monsanto sells a seed that can grow in aluminized soil. Hardee har har.

    Great video, too bad it took her so long to discover the truth.

  2. Barry says:

    That was a great video and I admire her strength.

    I’m 58 and born with a severe allergy to peanuts (a legume) and nuts. My mother told me they had no idea what was going on the first time I went blue as I was choking to death. Normal childhood celebrations such as birthdays, Xmas and Easter were HELL since nuts were a treat and few parents were even cognizant of this congenital disorder. It was considered weird or “all in your head”.

    And there’s the rub in any consensual belief that food allergies are only recently omnipresent. I don’t really know except that I believe it’s always been around but we didn’t have the awareness/will/belief structure to measure it in the 1950’s.

    Other than this acute condition I remain in great health and think it’s because of regular moderate exercise (walked 7 kms. yesterday), watching my weight, buying fresh and only rarely eating in restaurants so I know what I’m getting. Lots of veggies and fruit in our diet while my brilliant Hungarian wife who grew up under Communism – and never even knew what processed food even looked like – makes the best soups ANYWHERE out of what’s left in the fridge.

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